The 2020 AHA Innovation Challenge aims to disrupt behavioral health care, inspire new strategies and test bold ideas that will make it easier for people living with psychiatric or substance-use disorders to obtain and afford better treatment, shatter the stigma commonly associated with behavioral…
Feb 14, 2020
Feb 13, 2020
The AHA has launched its 2020 Innovation Challenge – a leading competition to accelerate health care innovation. This year’s challenge asks AHA members and their partners to help make behavioral health care more accessible and affordable.
Feb 13, 2020
One in every five American adults are living with a behavioral health disorder. Roughly half of these people don’t receive treatment. How should the health care field respond? What can be done to improve access and affordability? Learn more from AHA's Center for Health Innovation.
Jan 31, 2020
Hospital emergency departments, primary care and behavioral health care organizations, public health agencies and tribal organizations may apply through March 30 for fiscal year 2020 grants to implement the Zero Suicide in Health Systems model.
Jan 28, 2020
Widespread use of virtual care platforms to deliver primary care has been expected for some time now and a recent agreement between MDLIVE and Cigna could jump-start the transition.
Dec 19, 2019
The AHA participated today in a White House summit on transforming mental health treatment to combat homelessness, violence and substance abuse.
Dec 2, 2019
The Health Resources and Services Administration has announced a $20 million investment through the Addiction Medicine Fellowship program to increase access to board-certified addiction professionals who are practicing in underserved, community-based settings that integrate behavioral health with…
Nov 14, 2019
The Design Studio will provide a creative, virtual space for hospital and health system design teams to explore, reflect, prototype and analyze novel and sustainable solutions to some of today’s most critical challenges.
Nov 4, 2019
Traumatic experiences makes children more vulnerable to both medical illness and behavioral health problems, and often create hidden obstacles to providing effective treatment.